MAT122-2006Spring - Name: _ MAT 122 Final Exam May 8 ,2006...

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Name: _ MAT 122 Final Exam May 8,2006 Version 1 Page 1 There are 6 questions. Do all parts of all questions. Show the work you do to obtain an answer. A calculator and your textbook are allowed. No other books or notes are allowed. Make sure you have seen and understand the rules in the syllabus about what sort of notes you are allowed to put in your book. Do not share calculators. Put your name on your blue book. Put all the work you wish to have graded in your blue book. Turn in both your exam and your blue book together. When you turn in your exam make sure your name gets checked off the list as having turned in the exam. Whenever you are doing a hypothesis test do the full 8 step method as outlined in class. 1. (17 points) A researcher wants to test whether in a certain breed of rat eye color (blue, green) is related to fur color (brown, white). A simple random sample of 400 rats of that breed yields the results in the following table. At the 0.025 level of significance test the claim that eye color is independent of fur color. Fur Color
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course MATH 122 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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